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HOMEWORK #1

PHRASAL VERBS
ENGLISH V

TEACHER:
EDIDIO FLORES
STUDENT:

MITCHELL Y. RUIZ
DATE:
24/05/2016

Ask (someone)
out
invitar a salir
Peter asked me out last night.

Back up
(something)
hacer un copia
Dont forget to back up all of your files.

Bring (somebody)
up
criar y educar
I was brought up by my
grandmother.

Call off
suspender, cancelar
Did you hear?Brenda called off the wedding!

Carry on go
on
que significa continuar.
We have to carry on with our
work.

Chase up
encontrar.
Ill chase up Carlos because I need his help with homework.

Cheer up
animar(se) a alguien
Sarah is depressed; we have to
cheer her up.

Close down
cerrar o terminar una actividad.
The factory was closed down last month.

Cut out
parar de hacer algo
Cut it out! Leave your sister
alone.

Fall behind
quedarse atrs
Hurry up or you will fall behind

Get along/on
llevarse bien
Im so lucky, my father and my
husband get along/on really well

Get back at
vengarse de
Ill get back at her for stealing my idea!.

Get over
superar, recuperarse
I know it was hard to leave your
country but you will get over it.

Give away

regalar
The millionaire gave away all his money just before he died.

Go ahead
ir delante.
Go ahead, Ill meet you there.

Hand in
presentar, entregar
All homework must be handed in by the end of the day.

Hit on
flirtear, coquetear con
Look at how that guy is hitting on
Debbie.

Lay (somebody)
off
despedir
With the crises, we have been forced to lay off some staff.

Look forward to
tener ganas de
We are really looking forward to
your visit!.

Pick on
(somebody)
fastidiar, burlar
When I was young, my brother always picked on me.

Put (something)
off
posponer, atrasar
You must not want to do it, you
keep putting it off.

Point out
sealar o hacer notar
Braulio pointed out that their department hadnt done early shifts for a good
while.

Pull over
detenerse (tambin usado cuando
estas en el carro y detienes el carro
llevandolo a un lado de la
carretera)
Can you pull over?. I think we hit a
dog.

Put down
escribir, anotar
Hold on, Ill put it down, let me just find a piece of paper!.

Rely on
contar con, confiar en
I hope I can rely on you to be
discreet.

Run off
imprimir copias de un de algo como un documento
Can you run off a few more survey sheets, please?

Show off
presumir
Michael always likes showing off in
front of girls, thats the way he is!

Slow down
reducir la velocidad
Slow down please, you are driving too fast!.

Throw out
echar
They should throw that guy out,
hes really drunk

Watch out!
tener cuidado.
Watch out!The floor is slipery. You might fall.

Stick together
estar juntos (cuando 2 o mas
personas paran juntos)
We should stick together, you
know, itll be much easier as
everyone else seems to be on their
own!.

Hold back
contenerse
She tried, but she couldnt hold back the tears any longer.

Drive off
Marcharse (en un vehculo) de algn
lugar
A woman got into the car and drove
off.

Turn round
Cambiar de direccin, girarse
When I touched him on the shoulder, he turned round.

Look out
Ser cuidadoso, estar atento,
permanecer atento.
Look out!Theres a car coming

Run away (from)


Escaparse, huir, alejarse.
Why did you run away from me?

Get in
Entrar
How did the thieves get in?

Move in
Mudarse, avanzar.
Ive got a new flat.Im moving in on Friday

Climb out
Salir/subir con dificultades.
She swam up and down the
pool,and then climbed out.

Leave something
out
Omitir algo, no incluirlo
She said that she was ill,you can leave out the word that

Try on(clothes
etc)
Para ver si te quedan bien, para ver
si te gusta como te queda algo.

Put out(a fire,a


cigarette,a light)
Extinguir, apagar algo.

I tried on a jacket in the shop,but it


didnt fit me very well.

We managed to put the fire out.

Take off(clothes
etc)
Quitarse, desvestirse
It was warm,so i took off my jacket

Fix up(a
meeting)
Organizar, arreglar.
Weve fixed up a meeting for next Monday.

Pay
back(money)
Devolver dinero.
If you borrow money,you have to
pay it back.

Keep
away(from)
Mantenerse lejos.
Keep away from the edge of the pool. You might fall in

Hold up(a
person,a plan)
Retrasar a alguien o a algo.
Dont wait for me. I dont want to
hold you up.

Mix up/get
people mixed
up(people,things
)
Confundir a algo o alguien.

The 2 brothers look very similar many people mixed them up.